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Women in Mining National

Mojave Environmental Education Consortium

Victor Valley Gem and Mineral Club

Mineral Information Institute

SMART is free to use and supports classroom teaching and learning in math, science, business education and geography for young people aged 12-18. Using a combination of interactive whiteboard presentations, printable lesson plans, worksheets and case studies, students explore how their academic studies relate to real-world operations in a major global business.

The following link is from a fan – Peyton (11 years old) for anyone interested in rock collecting. This might be useful for Scouts working on the nature badge. Rock Collecting


Toothpaste with a Twist!
FREE K-12 Teacher Workshop
RSVP by March 27, 2020

Women in Mining invites High Desert Educators to a unique workshop designed to equip teachers with the tools necessary to teach their students about everyday products that use locally-mined minerals directly, or products that are made from minerals, such as toothpaste! Teachers will learn how to make a “marketable” toothpaste, learn about minerals such as Calcite and Trona and why mining is important to our everyday life through hands on activities. Participants will also receive a kit to take back to the classroom to share these fun and investigative activities with their students!

WHEN: Tuesday, April 7, 2020
TIME: 4:30 PM—6:30 PM
Registration begins at 4:15 PM, workshop starts at 4:30 PM
WHERE: CEMEX 16888 E Street, Victorville, CA 92394
COST: FREE! FREE DINNER! FREE CURRICULUM!

This fascinating standards-based workshop incorporates a variety of lessons using science and more!

Workshop is limited to the first 20 teachers that sign up so register today!

Register Online
For questions, please contact Samantha Murray, MEEC Program Specialist at: smurray@mdaqmd.ca.gov
Workshop made possible through the collaborative efforts of:
WWW.MEECONLINE.COM